Los Feliz Criminal Defense Attorney
Were you recently arrested in Los Feliz, Los Angeles? Contact the experienced criminal defense team at the Rodriguez Law Group for immediate legal assistance. We’ll fight to keep your arrest and/or criminal charges from turning into a conviction.
We offer a free initial case evaluation to all prospective clients. So, don’t hesitate to pick up the phone and give us a quick call to schedule yours today.
- 1 How Can the Rodriguez Law Group Help Me If I’m Facing Criminal Charges in Los Feliz, LA?
- 2 Life in Los Feliz, Los Angeles, CA
- 3 Los Feliz, LA Demographics
- 4 Is Crime a Problem in Los Feliz?
- 5 Total Crime
- 6 Violent Crime
- 7 Property Crime
- 8 Someone I Know Was Arrested in Los Feliz. Which LAPD Station Should I Contact?
- 9 Northeast Community Police Station
- 10 Hollywood Community Police Station
- 11 Los Feliz, LA Criminal Defense Practice Areas
- 12 Schedule a Free Consultation With Our Los Feliz Criminal Defense Lawyers Today
How Can the Rodriguez Law Group Help Me If I’m Facing Criminal Charges in Los Feliz, LA?
Whether you’ve been picked up for possession of a controlled substance or accused of participating in a prostitution ring, you need to acknowledge that your future is on the line. The fact that you’re arrested won’t simply go away. The state will invest whatever time and resources are necessary to get you to plead guilty or get a conviction at trial.
However, you don’t have to sit back and let the prosecuting attorney take your freedom from you. You have the right to defend yourself. Hiring an attorney to help you through this process is a smart move. Why? Prosecutors have tons of experience navigating the criminal justice system. You probably don’t. So, the balance is tipped in the state’s favor – at least for the time being. When you hire an attorney, you level the playing field.
When you hire the Rodriguez Law Group, you can tip the scales in your favor. That’s because you’ll benefit from having a former prosecutor on your side. Before founding our Los Angeles County law firm, Ambrosio Rodriguez spent 13 years as a Senior Deputy District Attorney. For the past two decades, he’s taken everything that he learned as a prosecutor and applied it to the other side of the law. Every day, he draws on his experience and insider knowledge of how the system works to the benefit of criminal defendants just like you.
Our Los Feliz criminal defense attorneys are ready and willing to help you defend yourself against criminal charges at every turn. All you have to do is give our law office in Los Angeles a quick call to arrange a time to discuss the details of your case. It’s that simple. So, call now.
Life in Los Feliz, Los Angeles, CA
Los Feliz doesn’t feel like it’s smack-dab in the center of the second-largest city in the United States. But, it is. Unlike other central-LA neighborhoods, Los Feliz doesn’t have an overwhelmingly urban atmosphere. There aren’t many tall buildings or tourist attractions. Rather, Los Feliz feels more like a small town.
The Los Angeles neighborhood is eclectic and chic. Just a few steps away from Hollywood, it’s really no surprise that Los Feliz is home to artists and musicians and performers on the brink of stardom. It has tons of shops, restaurants, and coffeehouses. It’s a stone’s throw from Griffith Park, the Greek Theatre, Vista Theatre, and Barnsdall Art Park. If you’re into architecture, Los Feliz deserves a visit. It’s home to Ennis House, the Shakespeare Bridge, and John Marshall High School (home of Grease and The Wonder Years!).
There’s no shortage of things to do in Los Feliz – indoors or out.
Los Feliz, LA Demographics
Los Feliz is nestled between other Los Angeles neighborhoods that include Hollywood, Silver Lake, and Atwater Village. Much of the community butts up to the Santa Monica Mountains. The neighborhood itself is small – only 2.61 square miles. However, more than 44,686 people call Los Feliz home. That makes the small neighborhood one of the most densely populated in all of Los Angeles.
Age: Los Feliz is home to an older generation of Los Angeles residents. The median age is 36. Most of the population is between the ages of 19 and 49. Very few children live in this part of town.
Education: Nearly half of all residents in Los Feliz have a four-year degree, which is rather high for the city of Los Angeles.
Income: The median household income in Los Feliz is $$83,613. However, the neighborhood does have a high percentage of the population who earns $20,000 or less in a year.
Diversity: Los Feliz has a high percentage of Asian residents (13.5 percent) and Latino residents (18.7 percent). However, more than half of the population in this area is white. Despite this, Los Feliz is still one of the most ethnically diverse neighborhoods in the country.
Most people who live in Los Feliz rent, rather than own their homes. That’s not too surprising, given the fact that most of the people who live there are unmarried. It’s home to more singles than families.
Is Crime a Problem in Los Feliz?
Los Feliz certainly isn’t the most dangerous neighborhood in Los Angeles. However, it’s not without its problems. When it comes to crime, Los Feliz gets a “C.”
The crime rate in Los Feliz is about 5 percent higher than the national average. In 2018, the total crime rate in Los Feliz was 2,699 per 100k people. Nationwide, the total crime rate was slightly lower at 2,580 per 100k. Compared to Los Angeles (3,261 per 100k) and California (2,828 per 100k), however, Los Feliz sees less crime.
Violent crime isn’t particularly problematic in Los Feliz. Violent crimes – including assault, rape, robbery, manslaughter, and murder – tend to happen less frequently here than other parts of the country. In 2018, the violent crime rate in Los Feliz was 318 per 100k. Compared to Los Angeles (748 per 100k), California (447 per 100k), and the United States (381 per 100k), that’s relatively low.
When crime does occur in Los Feliz, more often than not it’s a property offense. This includes theft, vehicle theft, and burglary. In 2018, the property crime rate in Los Feliz was 2,381 per 100k. This was pretty much on par with the property crime rate in California (2,830 per 100k), slightly lower than in the city of Los Angeles (2,513 per 100k), and slightly higher than the national average (2,200 per 100k).
Generally speaking, Los Feliz is safer than about 57 percent of other cities in the country.
Someone I Know Was Arrested in Los Feliz. Which LAPD Station Should I Contact?
The neighborhood of Los Feliz is served by two police stations in Los Angeles – Northeast and Hollywood.
Northeast Community Police Station
LAPD officers from the Northeast Community Police Station patrol areas of Los Feliz that are east of Nottingham Drive. The station’s address is:
3353 San Fernando Rd.
Los Angeles, CA 90065
The station, which also serves the neighborhoods of Cypress Park, Eagle Rock, East Hollywood, Echo Park, Highland Park, and Mount Washington, can be reached by calling 323-561-3211 or 213-485-6407.
Hollywood Community Police Station
Officers from the Hollywood Community Police Station patrol parts of Los Feliz that are west of Nottingham Drive. The department is located at:
1358 N. Wilcox Avenue
Hollywood CA 90028
To reach the Hollywood station, which also serves the communities of Argyle, Cahuenga Pass, Fairfax, Hollywood Hills, Melrose District, and Sunset Strip, you can call 213-972-2971 or 213-485-9899.
Los Feliz, LA Criminal Defense Practice Areas
At the Rodriguez Law Group, we have decades of experience defending clients against state crimes and federal offenses, as well as misdemeanors and felonies. No charge is too complex or challenging for our team to tackle. We handle all criminal matters, including:
- Domestic violence
- Driving offenses
- Drug charges
- Juvenile crimes
- Restraining orders
- Sex crimes
- Theft crimes
- White-collar crimes
- And more.
Worried about your future because you’ve already pleaded guilty or been convicted of a crime in Los Feliz? We might be able to help. We can discuss your options and determine if you might qualify for expungement or if an appeal might be appropriate.
We’re here to help you whenever you need us. You just have to pick up the phone and call.
Schedule a Free Consultation With Our Los Feliz Criminal Defense Lawyers Today
Following an arrest in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles, don’t hesitate to call The Rodriguez Law Group for help. We know what you’re up against and how to help you win. Our tireless advocacy for our clients helps us secure positive results time and time again. We regularly get evidence tossed, charges dropped, and win not guilty verdicts at trial.
Want to find out how we might be able to help you fight criminal charges in Los Feliz? Give our Los Angeles criminal defense lawyers a call to set up an initial consultation at no cost to you.